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Capitalism and Globalisation in the Light of the Communist Manifesto

Light of the Communist Manifesto IN one way or another, the Manifesto is even more true today than in 1849 when it was written. Marx was first and foremost a student and critic of capitalism, Marx explained, through the scientific method, dialectical materialism known as historical materialism, how competition and 'free enterprise' would inevitably lead to the concentration of capital and the monopolisation of the productive forces.

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